UNIT 8. SAVE YOUR PLANET!
WHAT IS AROUND US?
Цілі: формувати навички вживання нових лексичних одиниць; удосконалювати навички вимови, усного мовлення й читання; розвивати мовну здогадку; прищеплювати любов до природи, дбайливе ставлення до її багатств.
Think of names for them:
A) the part of a plant which is often beautiful and coloured;
B) a large area of land with lots o trees;
C) a large water body flowing to a sea or an ocean;
D) a big bright body in the sky from which the earth gets light;
E) a space body in the sky which moves around the earth and shines at night.
Listen to the text and say if the following statements are
The Climate of Great Britain
The climate of Great Britain is not usually very hot in summer and never very cold in winter. There are often clouds in the sky and it often rains. Rain falls in summer, rain falls in winter. It falls in spring and it falls in autumn. In autumn and winter there are often cold white fogs. When there is a fog, the traffic in the streets and on the roads does not go fast. Cars and lorries must turn on their lights.
Snow falls in the north and in the west of the country. It doesn’t usually snow in the south, but when it snows, it does so only once or twice a year, and the snow does not lie on the ground for long. In spring and summer and sometimes in autumn there are two or three weeks when there is no rain and the sun shines brightly all the time.
People in Britain like to talk about the weather. It changes very often, you see.
1) It’s warm in summer in Great Britain.
2) It often rains all the year round.
3) It often rains only in autumn.
4) It’s foggy in summer.
5) Cars can’t go fast when it’s foggy.
6) It often snows in the south of Great Britain.
7) People enjoy the sunshine all the year round.
8) The weather in Great Britain is very changeable.
3. Speaking and writing
Write the new words (p. 125) and then practise the new vocabulary chorally and individually.
Make up sentences and then write them down.
Read the dialogue in Ex. 4, p. 125, find there the new words and read them aloud.
Do Ex. 5, p. 125.
6. Listening and speaking
Listen to the poem and guess what else children did and what they didn’t do in the forest. Then learn the poem.
By Jeanne B. Hargett
All woods are home to animals,
So we behaved like guests.
We only looked and never touched
The birds’ and rabbits’ nests.
1) How “green” are you? What have you done to be more friendly to the environment?
2) What stories about the environment are in the news at the moment?
8. Homework Ex. 6, p. 125.